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Big Data 75: Companies Driving Innovation in 2023

With its mission to “utilize all information to provide the right recommendations,” Empolis provides systems that analyze terabytes of data in milliseconds to help provide the right information, to the right person, to the right device, at the right time, in any given context.

Since the company’s founding in 1979, FairCom products have been powering mission-critical systems for global entities in a broad spectrum of industries by offering solutions for high-speed transactions, IIoT environments, and legacy system modernization and migration.

Fivetran automates the most time-consuming parts of the ELT process, from extracts to schema drift handling to transformations, so data engineers can focus on higher-impact projects with total pipeline peace of mind.

Franz Inc.
An early innovator in AI and leading supplier of graph database technology, Franz Inc. is the provider of AllegroGraph, a graph-based platform that unifies all data and siloed knowledge into an entityevent knowledge graph solution that can support big data analytics.

GigaSpaces is a global pioneer in in-memory computing, building Smart DIH, one of the market’s first digital integration hubs—an out-of-the-box solution that simplifies organizations’ digital transformation, enabling them to develop and launch digital services at a rapid pace.

Google Cloud
Google Cloud accelerates every organization’s ability to digitally transform its business by delivering enterprise-grade solutions that leverage Google’s cutting-edge technology—all on the cleanest cloud in the industry.

GridGain is a unified, real-time data platform providing a simplified and optimized data architecture for enterprises that require extreme speed, massive scale, and high availability from their data ecosystems.

Big Data Trailblazer by Lalit Ahuja, Chief Product & Customer Officer


We live in a world that increasingly expects instant gratification. To meet these expectations and make well-informed decisions, enterprises must process and analyze extraordinary amounts of information in milliseconds.

These modern demands for data at ultra-low latency and massive scale must be addressed in an optimized, yet simplified fashion. This is why companies are turning to Unified Real-Time Data Platform architectures.

The GridGain Unified Real-Time Data Platform addresses data challenges across multiple dimensions, including visibility across data silos and disparate data sources, streaming data processing, data storage/retrieval, latency resulting from data movement, and real-time decision making for data-driven enterprises. It seamlessly combines streaming data in motion and historical data at rest with compute functionality to enable handling complex data workloads at extreme speeds, massive scale, and high availability.

GridGain’s unique combination of a distributed memoryfirst architecture and colocated compute delivers optimized data processing and analytics at millisecond latencies. Additionally, horizontal scalability, strong security, ACID-compliant data storage capabilities, and disk-based durability ensure enterprises can rely on the platform for managing their most critical business asset—their data. Users can execute complex workloads against streaming, transactional, and historical data, as well as integrate with multiple systems of record and make curated data instantly available. For more sophisticated applications, the platform enables advanced analytics and AI/ ML-based decisioning in real time.

GridGain is trusted by companies like Citi, Barclays, American Airlines, AutoZone, and UPS to accelerate their existing applications, speed operational analytics and fraud detection, train machine learning models for AI, and provide fast-access data hubs.


IBM is a leading global hybrid cloud, AI, and business services provider, helping clients in more than 175 countries capitalize on insights from their data, streamline business processes, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge in their industries.

Immuta enables organizations to unlock value from their cloud data by protecting it and providing secure access with the Immuta Data Security Platform, offering sensitive data discovery, security and access control, and data activity monitoring paired with deep integrations with leading cloud data platforms.

Incorta provides an all-in-one unified data and analytics platform that is built for business agility with unique technology that unlocks the full potential of application data within complex source systems.

InfluxData is the provider of InfluxDB, a time-series platform that is built to handle the massive volumes and countless sources of timestamped data produced by sensors, applications, and infrastructures, enabling developers to build IoT, analytics, and monitoring software.

Informatica, an enterprise cloud data management leader, brings data to life by empowering businesses to realize the transformative power of their most critical assets with the Informatica Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC).

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